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Maryland remains ahead in implementing health care reforms

November 5, 2012

Maryland is better prepared than most states to implement the reforms, said Vincent DeMarco, president of the Baltimore-based nonprofit Health Care for All.... Read more »

Maryland poised for next phase of health reform

July 3, 2012

Vincent DeMarco, president of advocacy group the Maryland Health Care for All Coalition, said the Supreme Court decision gives the uninsured hope once again.... Read more »

Statement on 2012 Health Care Exchange Legislation

May 2, 2012

We look forward to working with the Governor, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown, and Health Secretary and Exchange Board Chair Josh Sharfstein to make sure that the Board uses these new powers effectively to keep Maryland at the forefront of fully implementing the federal Affordable Care Act.... Read more »

Health exchanges will benefit Maryland families

March 8, 2012

It's no wonder Maryland families are so hard pressed to find good, affordable health insurance — premiums have outpaced earnings, and the field of insurance options is confusing. Even if a family is fortunate enough to have coverage, it's hard to know if what you're paying for is going to be there for you when you need it. That's why our Health Care for All Coalition is so excited about Gov.Martin O'Malley's health care bill (SB 238). By setting up a competitive insurance marketplace for private health insurance, also known as an exchange, this bill will give Marylanders more choice, more control and more peace of mind about their health care.... Read more »

Health reform in your hometown

October 26, 2010

Attend public meetings of the Maryland Health Reform Coordinating Council in your county to let them know how you think we can use health reform to make our health care system stronger and more responsive to your needs. Click here to see the schedule.... Read more »